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Study recruitment now closed..!

Recruitment for our feasibility study is now closed.


We did not think we’d be writing this less than 24 hours after putting out the call for participants, but we actually exceeded target numbers by 50% in less than 4 hours…


We are now working through the list to check eligibility. If we do need to recruit additional participants then we’ll put a call out again. Updates will always be through our website, blog and social media.


The aim of the research is to see whether this type of study would be feasible, and the first step was ease of participant recruitment. You have all just helped us to prove that one very easily! So THANK YOU.


We are absolutely overwhelmed and grateful to the ME community for their support and enthusiasm in taking part in our research, and we’re really sorry to those who won’t get to take part this time around. Rest assured we are only just getting started so there’ll hopefully be plenty more opportunities in the future.

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